Welcome to Gabby, a family company that creates unique, transitional furniture and transitional lighting in eclectic, vintage modern, and antique style for the design and retail trade. Gabby’s truly exceptional furnishings tell a story of inspiration and craftsmanship. We continually innovate with unique materials to create something new including accent furniture, dining and occasional tables, chairs, mirrors, lighting fixtures and US-made custom upholstery. Our products are based off of unique ideas or concepts generated by our talented design staff. We ship from distribution centers in Pelham, AL and Los Angeles, CA. Take a tour of the Gabby High Point Showroom.
Defining Home, located in Homewood, Alabama, was born through Adams Gerndt Design Group, an architectural design firm founded by Tom Adams and Adam Gerndt. The store was opened in 2013 and has since been offering a huge library of resources to independent Interior Designers, as well as taking on in-house design projects and providing an elevated level of product and service to the retail consumer. Coty Hall, Gallery Manager, Janet Clifton, Interior Designer, and Marie Noojin, Interior Designer, share a little background on what makes Defining Home so unique. Tell us a little about your … read more
The rising trend of eclectic design, in part, has instigated lucite’s comeback. Lucite lets the architecture and features of the room shine, such as in the kitchen pictured below that was designed by Park and Oak of Glen Ellyn, IL. Christina Samatas, designer and founder of Park and Oak says, “We love incorporating lucite into our projects because it can provide a modern juxtaposition against a traditional backdrop, or can effortlessly disappear into a space while still making a major statement.” Christina notes that although lucite is on trend now “it has been used in … read more
Let’s face it. Overstaying your welcome can be a big faux pas. And that holds true for decorating trends too. And we know designers couldn’t agree more that sometimes decorating trends have hung around just a little too long and it’s time for them to fade away. As we begin 2017 and have just finished the first markets of the year, we talked to a few designers to see what design trends they hope don’t make it far into the year. Chevron Printed Fabrics “We are sick of chevron printed fabrics of any kind!” say Lance Jackson and … read more